Almost all young people want pubs to have the choice whether to allow smoking, according to a survey by anti-smoke ban group Freedom2Choose.
Members and supporters surveyed 1,312 under-25s in five different areas of England and found 99.7% think pubs and clubs should have the choice about whether people can smoke inside.
And 98.4% think pubs and clubs should be allowed separate smoking rooms.
Just 1.8% said the smoking ban deterred them from smoking, although 85% said it had affected their social habits.
Meanwhile, 85.2% agreed that second hand smoke does not pose a health threat.
It follows news that the new Government has scrapped the planned review of the smoking ban, which was seen by some as an opportunity to examine exemptions.
Freedom2Choose supporter and licensee Robert Feal-Martinez, of the Carpenters Arms in South Marston, Wiltshire, said: "The public has shown once again that they do not have a problem with smoking in pubs, or with pubs having choice.
"It is time the Government understood that, and let there be a review as promised by Labour."